Baby Blue Dragons

For children 2.5 to 3.5 years of age.

 

The toddler classroom is painted whisper blue.

 

Blue is the color of water and the sea, it represents life, peace and tranquility. Lighter shades of blue help calm students, especially those that are starting school for the first time. Blue is thought to help build trust and confidence and reduce behavior issues in the classroom.

Ms. Reina
Teacher
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Ms. Reina was born and raised in Southern California. She is currently attending Pasadena City College pursuing an Associate Degree. Ms. Reina’s annual tradition is volunteering and attending the Rose Parade in Pasadena.

 

Her hobbies include outdoor adventures like hiking, biking and camping. Ms. Reina also enjoys being creative, trying new recipes and playing video games. 

Ms. Jahnia
Teacher
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A Southern California native, Ms. Jahnia was born and raised in Los Angeles. Ms. Jahnia graduated from Hollywood High school, a performance arts school where she enjoyed singing, dancing, and theater!  Having a passion for children, Ms. Jahnia attended West Los Angeles College where she earned her Associate’s degree in Child Development. 

Currently she attends California State University, Dominguez Hills, where she is continuing her education in Child development with plans to earn her Bachelors. A love for teaching young minds & being able to be a part of each child’s individual growth is what drives her each day.

On weekends and in her spare time, Ms. Jahnia enjoys going to the gym to work out, hiking the many trails of LA, as well as bike riding. 

Ms. Dawn
Teacher
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Ms. Dawn was born and raised in Lampang, Thailand. She moved to the United States with her mother and younger brother after she turned 15 years old. Ms. Dawn graduated from New Open World Academy High School in Koreatown, Los Angeles and earned a bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education from Utah State University.

With a big family, Ms. Dawn grew up with many cousins, nieces and nephews, which nurtured her love for working with children starting from a young age. Caring for her relatives has made Ms. Dawn passionate about childcare and inspired her to pursue a career in education. She chose to major in Speech Language Pathology, in hopes to help improve speech impairments in children, especially in their early years of development.

 

In her free time, Ms. Dawn enjoys trying foods from different cultures, singing, knitting, going to the gym, and caring for her adopted Pomeranian dog, her fur baby Yoshi.